Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | The Woodlands, Texas
The "Get Rollin'" tour was announced by Nickelback, arguably the best rock band of the past two decades. For rock music enthusiasts, this tour in support of their new album "Get Rollin" is like manna from heaven. The concert is scheduled for July 23, 2023, and it will be held at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, which features state-of-the-art sound, lighting, and staging, as well as the finest VIP services. Special guests Brantley Gilbert and Josh Ross will also be performing, guaranteeing you a night to remember for a very long time to come. Because of the high calibre of this show, tickets are in short supply. Currently, we do have some tickets available, but they are going fast, so be sure to click the "Get Tickets" button right away.
Nickelback has one of the most unbelievable backstories of any rock band. Established in 1995 in Hanna, Alberta, Canada, the band originally began as a rock band. The rest of the band consists of Chad Kroeger (lead vocals and guitar), Ryan Peake (lead vocals, keyboards, and acoustic guitar), Mike Kroeger (bass and vocals), and Daniel Adair (drums). With over 50 million records sold worldwide, the band is one of the most successful in Canadian music history. Thanks to "How You Remind Me," the best-selling rock song and the fourth best-selling song overall in 2009, they topped Billboard's lists of the best-selling artists and top rock bands of the decade.
In 1999, the band signed with Roadrunner Records, and by 2002, their breakthrough single, "How You Remind Me," was making waves in the industry. The album Silver Side Up, on which it appeared, was certified eight times platinum in Canada. After the release of Nickelback's fourth studio album, The Long Road, in 2003, the lead single "Someday" topped the Canadian charts and reached No. 7 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. All the Right Reasons was released in 2005 and quickly became their best-selling album, yielding three top-ten and five top-twenty singles on the Billboard Hot 100. Three of the album's singles—"Photograph," "Far Away," and "Rockstar"—charted highly in that country. The album Dark Horse (2008) by Nickelback yielded a total of eight singles, the most successful of which was "Gotta Be Somebody," which reached the top ten in the United States. Here and Now, their seventh studio album, was the most popular album in Canada that year (2011). Get Rollin' is the band's tenth studio album overall, following 2014's No Fixed Address and 2017's Feed the Machine.
Their concerts are always completely sold out, proving that they are among the most popular rock bands in the world. If you hurry and buy tickets, you can join in on the fun. To reserve your seats, just click the "Get Tickets" button and then follow the on-screen instructions.